share size

Jason Cook jasonc at
Wed Nov 7 19:32:05 GMT 2001

* Greg Zartman (greg at wrote:
> Ross,
> > Mount the share using smbmount (mount -t smbfs)
> > then simply use df as you would normally... on my system this gives an
> > output along the lines of....
> Thanks.  That's the method I was currently using.  Didn't know if there was
> a way to do it without mounting.  Oh well..
> Greg

I got bored and wrote a script using smbclient that outputs sizes of
shares on hosts.  Just put in the password and update the $remote
entries to match your environment.  I know the code is mildly nasty,
but I'm still learning :)

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